The following tips are designed to make sure you can get the support you need when you’re dealing with harassment and discrimination.
Take action to end harassment and promote equal opportunity for all 2.
Be a role model to everyone you meet.
This includes family, friends, co-workers, colleagues and strangers.
Be aware of the types of messages and actions that are acceptable and how to respond.
Take actions to reduce harassment and support for others.
For example, if you’re the victim of an inappropriate comment, call the person and share your concerns.
Use the internet to get the word out.
Find a forum to talk to others who are also affected.
Keep your personal information private and do not share it with anyone.
Get help for yourself.
You may be able to get help from an experienced HR professional.
Be willing to take action to make your workplace more inclusive.
Be respectful of other employees and colleagues.
Be patient and understanding of other people’s emotions.
You’ll find these tips helpful in handling harassment and other workplace issues.
1) Don’t hesitate to call the office or report a complaint.
2) Take action when you think something is wrong.
3) Donate to an organization that is helping the most vulnerable members of our society.
4) Support those who are working to improve the lives of others.
5) Don: support and encourage people who have suffered sexual harassment or discrimination.
6) DonATE to a local non-profit organization that focuses on promoting a more equitable society.
7) Donations made through this website are tax deductible.
8) Donated money can be used to buy educational materials, such as T-shirts, to help promote equality in the workforce.
9) Donating through this site is tax deductible for federal, state, and local purposes.
10) Donates through this web site are tax-deductible for state, local, and international purposes.
1a) Do not use a computer, email, or social media account to contact the office.
1b) Donors can also help you by: Sharing with friends, family and colleagues; and Sharing your story.
2a) When you report an inappropriate behavior, don’t make excuses.
Ask for the truth.
2b) If you feel the need to contact an HR representative or a law firm, you can do so by: Sending an email to the following address: MAXEY LAW OFFICE; P.O. Box 1836; WASHINGTON, DC 20005-1836.
The email address you enter in the email box will be deleted.
3a) Donation to an organisation that is working to promote a more equal society can be a great way to show your support for the work that the organization does.
Some organizations have a donation program that they use to raise money for programs that improve the health and lives of people of color.
You can find more information on this program on the organization’s website.
3b) Make sure to use a social media profile to show support for your organization and for your workplace.
If you choose to share your story with a friend or colleague, be sure to include their email address so they can see it and get in touch with you.
4a) If the person who is harassing you is not willing to give up the offensive comments, use the following tools: Report the person or group that has the comments.
Donate the money that is owed to that organization.
Send a text message to the address listed on the email you receive, saying: “Hi, I am a victim of a racist comment.
I have an unpaid debt of $500.
I would like you to help me pay it off.”
Be sure to indicate how you would like the money to be used: $1 – $5 $5 – $10 $10 – $20 $20 – $30 Report the harassing person.
If the harassing individual refuses to give you the money, use one of the following options: Report a coworker to HR.
Make a formal complaint to the HR department at your company.
Send an email at the following: MAXEYS LAW OFFICES; P O BOX 1836 ; WASHINGTON DC 20007-1826.
The address you entered in the address box will only be deleted after the investigation is completed.
5a) Be aware that the law protects you from being fired for reporting harassment and harassment of other coworkers.
If your employer doesn’t offer a remedy to you, you may be required to pay the company’s legal fees.
If this happens, you should contact an employment lawyer.
You must first file a grievance and then file an employment discrimination lawsuit.
6a) Report harassment to the Human Rights Commission.
If harassment happens at work, you need to report it to HR immediately.
If it happens at home, you have to report the harassment to a supervisor.
7a) Make it a point to report any harassment that happens to